JetBlue Provides Wi-Fi To All Its Domestic Flights, Amazon Contributes Great Help

Wi-Fi connections have been a total problem when flying from one place to another. People have been looking for strong and fast connections, enough to cater their Internet needs. And it seems like JetBlue heard everyone's requests when they revealed that their domestic flights would have a free Wi-Fi network from now on.

JetBlue Reveals Free Wi-Fi Network To All Its Passengers, Airline Removes Internet Worries Of Everyone

As per International Business Times, JetBlue already announced that it would have its all-new in-flight program termed as the 'Fly-Fi'. This would secure every passenger that once the flight has started, they could easily connect in the airplane's Wi-Fi network. The said program is sponsored by Amazon and would cater at least on the airline's 227 planes. These chosen flights are traveling within the United States only.

The said Wi-Fi connection is also stable and a lot faster than the Internet offering of other airlines. This is also free and would not charge you any money on your pocket. It is also revealed that JetBlue allowed its passenger to view Amazon Video content throughout the traveling time.

As stated on its website:

"JetBlue's Fly-Fi, which clocks in at broadband speeds beating sluggish and pricey Wi-Fi offerings onboard other carriers, keeps customers connected with an Internet experience similar to what they have at home, including the ability to stream video and use multiple devices at once,"

It was also stated that the free service would include web surfing and online messaging.

JetBlue Airlines Already Started Rolling-Out Free Wi-Fi Connections On Their Domestic Flights

Per a report, it is admitted that JetBlue already started placing routers on their planes last December 2013. As of today, the US budget-friendly airline would offer wireless connections on all its plane. News also revealed that the said network would go as fast as 15 to 30mbps.

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